For SEN enquiries please contact our SENCO Jan West via the school office or on email

Many of our teaching and support staff are highly skilled at working with children with SEND. They include:

In our ELP: Mrs L Sumsion, Mr K Mace, Miss G Irwin, Mrs L Chipping, Ms H Stevenson, Mrs R Mussett

In the mainstream school: Mrs J West, Ms J Baldry, Ms J Graham, Mrs J Colvert, Ms A Silk, Miss S Barltrop, Miss L Baines, Miss Z Jones, Ms T Bailey, Ms Anane-Adjei

At Quest Primary School, we are able to offer mainstream education, with high levels of knowledge and expertise in special educational needs, as well as an Enhanced Learning Provision (ELP) for children with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD).

Quest Primary School will use its best endeavours to ensure the necessary provision is made for any pupil with SEND. In doing so, the school will fulfil the statutory duties and best practice guidelines set out in the Department for Education Code of Practice for SEND.

To read the SEND Policy please click the link below:-

Policies Page

For Croydon Council Locality SEND Support please click the link below:-

Locality SEND Support

For SEND Information please click the link below:-

SEND Information Offer

To read the latest SEND Newsletters please click the links below:-

SEND Local Area Newsletter – July 2023

SEND Local Area Newsletter – May 2023

Useful Links

Further websites  to support parents of children with speech and language needs.

Speech and Language

Communications Activities

Croydon – Local Offer

Video to support parents of children with SEN

Local Authority Information

Local authorities are responsible for publishing a Local Offer and ensuring it is available for everyone to see. This is important to ensure that children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities and their families are given information about support services the local authority think will be available in their local areas.

Please click on the links below for further information.

Special Educational Needs

Council for Disabled Children